I am the great and mighty Zeus, mortal- give me one good reason why I shouldn't smite you here and now!'Alex's class are learning about the Ancient Greeks. That's why Alex makes a temple (out of loo rolls and a cornflakes box) for the Greek god Zeus. He doesn't expect the god himself to turn up, borrow his mum's nightie and demand a sacrifice at half-past five in the morning. Even worse, Zeus reckons it's time for another Trojan War - in the school playground! Zeus is on the loose-
"A funny tale"
"Dougherty's plots and puns are energetic and page-turning, with some wacky illustrations helping the whole thing along."
"A funny and clever introduction to the Greek myths for younger readers, accompanied by witty illustrations."
"This is a highly inventive book with beautiful monochrome illustrations that will appeal to young- and older- readers alike"
"A very readable paperback, full of fun."